This lovely fan share comes from Lauren of Lauren Rutten Photography. She writes, "We created a 10x10 press printed guest book for Tara and Paul's wedding with the Interactive Guest Book. Using the templates and making some adaptations to some of the text, we were really able to create a personal keepsake for their guests to have some fun with. The album became a perfect compliment for Tara & Paul's wedding day by simply by making the adjustments to the color palette. The layouts were so easy to adjust to fit my needs. I've used these album layouts for a boudoir album as well, and I'm just amazed at how versatile it really is. Tara was so overwhelmingly in love with the album, she made absolutely no changes from my first draft."
Thanks for the great share, Lauren, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate!
So much better than a traditional sign-in book with names only, this fun and interactive addition to your studio offerings couples images with handwritten notes, advice, and wishes from family and friends in an attractive 10x10 square design for an amazing keepsake every client will want, from wedding couples to baby showers to seniors and more. Simply insert images and any of our over 28 easily edited dynamic and thought provoking questions into the template, and watch what was merely a first impression from ”˜days gone by' become a lasting impression for decades to come. Packed full of personality before and especially after the party, Design Aglow's Interactive Guest Book will become a coveted must for any occasion and not just another book on the shelf.
The turquoise waters of the Bahamas, the dramatic Rocky Mountains, the vistas of Iceland- endless romantic images pop into our minds when we think of destination weddings. And that is why, almost every wedding photographer at some point wants to give them a go.
So we’re going to tell you how to find them, book them, and prep for them.
The formula is simple.
clients you love + photography you are excited about + doing it your way = happy photographer
We think a shift should be made in photography. A happiness shift. You likely got into photography because you love taking photographs. And then the reality of making a living at it started to creep in, and you became bound to jobs you didn’t really want to do, because you needed the money. We’ve been there, and yep, it stinks.